Paul Isom Posted February 25, 2020 Share Posted February 25, 2020 The latest three books to pop through my letterbox are: Organ Building in Georgian and Victorian England - Thistlethwaite The House of Brindley - Hughes Wilkinson and Sons of Kendall - a history by Alan Mason The first two tomes come at a hefty price tag, and as expected the Thistlethwaite book is a scholarly book detailing the history of Gray and Davison. The Hughes book is a great read, chock full of information on the company and organs of Brindley and Foster. The Wilkinson book is beautifully produced and is astonishing value for money at £20 inclusive of P & P. It’s an easy read with details of the history of Wilkinsons and their organs together with stoplists. There are many photos, including a large colour set at the back of the book. All highly recommended. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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